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Expand your repertoire of cutting-edge conflict resolution strategies informed by the latest developments in cognitive science and professional practice. Explore ways of acting from intuition and imagination in the midst of strong emotions. Articulate and deepen your understanding of conflict analysis, and learn creative strategies to engage the symbolic dimensions of conflict including culture, and identity.moreThu, 04/23/2015 - 6:30pm to 8:30pm
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The Heart of Coaching with Thomas Crane
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Innovation is an elusive concept. All organizations strive to have more of it, but most seldom succeed. Various functional departments within organizations have all claimed from time to time to have “the answer.” Engineering and design groups claim to be the source of the most relevant innovation, as do the business development and marketing departments, the supply chain group, and the finance folks and so on.
From the BCODN President